BURNHAM extended their winning streak in the Hellenic League Premier Division to four matches after a 4-1 victory against Brackley Town Saints on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

The Blues have not failed to win in the league since the defeat at Longlevens back in November and this most recent success sees them climb up to fourth position in the table.

A goal from Sam Coles gave Burnham the lead inside seven minutes at The Gore with Firas Chniba doubling the advantage after five minutes of the second half.

Brackley halved the arrears with a goal from Sam Cherratt 10 minutes into the second period, but Cameron Rohart-Brown scored for the hosts seconds later and the points were secured when Gavin James struck one minute into time added on.

Burnham make the trip to ninth-in-the-table Easington Sports this Saturday (3pm).

Windsor are now four matches unbeaten in all competitions following a 3-3 draw at Ardley United in the Premier Division.

The visitors to The Nolan Oils Ground broke the deadlock with a goal from Tomas Kalinauskas less than a minute into the second half, but an Alex Wheeler brace gave Ardley the advantage heading into the final 20 minutes.

Windsor levelled the scores through Danny Horscroft and got their noses back in front when Samir Bajja struck inside the final three minutes of normal time, but the hosts equalised via Owen James two minutes into time added on.

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PHOTO: Burnham stars Cameron Rohart-Brown, left, and Gavin James, right, were on the scoresheet in the win at The Gore on Saturday.

The draw leaves Windsor in 13th position in the table and three points behind the top 10 ahead of a visit from unbeaten league leaders Westfields this Saturday (3pm).

Holyport are now nine matches unbeaten in all competitions after a 1-1 draw with Wokingham & Emmbrook in Division One East.

Port have not tasted defeat since the loss in the league at Marlow United back in October and remain in fourth position in the table with at least one game in hand on the sides above them.

A goal from Alan Akerman have Holyport the lead inside 16 minutes at Summerleaze Village but Josh Harris equalised for the visitors before half-time.

Port welcome rivals Chalvey Sports to Summerleaze Village on Tuesday night (7.45pm).

Chalvey reached the semi-final in the Slough Town Challenge Cup after a 2-0 home win against KS Gryf from the East Berkshire League Premier Division.

Goals in the second half from Sean Robinson and Cheyenne Cripps saw The Stabmonks safely through against lower-league opposition.

Langley did not have a fixture to fulfil last weekend but host unbeaten league leaders Risborough Rangers at Summerleaze Village when returning to action on Tuesday 14th January (7.45pm).